This repository contains examples for students enrolled in my course on Markup Languages at Loyola University Chicago (COMP 336/436). Anyone is free to use them for any purpose.
Most of the examples here are written in Java. Some are XML only and will require XML tools.
You will want to set up
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While none of this work depends on commercial tools, you might find the OxygenXML tool particularly useful for working with XML editing and performing basic transformations with XSLT. I cover this and other aspects in the (forthcoming) XmlToolsEnvironment page. [Less]